03 June 2020A early 2020, before the disaster Covid19 only 8,6% of the public administrations of origin of the respondents the smart working was a mode of work widespread, while in 45.8% were active experimentation limited to a group of employees; for 39.2% of the employees it was not possible to work Smart Working in their organization.
Then, for the effect of the measures for the containment of outbreaks, smart working “emergency” was introduced in 98,8% of the administrations of the respondents, in some cases as the sole measure for staff management, in 41% of cases accompanied by the presence, in the office in shifts, and in the 40,5% of the request of use of holiday and rest arrears.
Yet, the budget of the smart working ‘forced’ into Pa was very positive: 88% of employees feels that the experience of success and the 61,1% of them consider this new culture, based on flexibility and cooperation within institutions, between institutions and in relations with citizens and businesses, will prevail also after the emergency phase.
Smart working has allowed to 69.5% of the staff of the Pa is to organize and plan their work better’, the 45.7% of having more time for himself and his family’, at 34.9 percent of the ‘work in a climate of greater trust and empowerment’. In 7 cases out of 10, it has been insured the total continuity of the work, for the 41,3% of the workers, the efficacy is even improved (for another 40,9% has remained similar).
More than 50% of the relationship with colleagues is unchanged, the 20% actually improved. 93.6% would like to continue working in smart working. But for the most part (66%) work from home must be integrated with the indents in the office organized and functional.
🔵For 60.1% of the respondents, after this trial of #SmartWorking in lockdown, will prevail for a new work culture.
👉The results of the research of the FPA.
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The smart working ‘imposed’ by the coronavirus, has been a real revolution, to which they have responded to more than 4,000 employees in the public sector. And’ the picture that emerges from the survey ‘Strategies, individual and organizational response to the emergency is carried out by Fpa (group company Digital360) between 17 April and 15 may 2020. Participated in total, over 5,200 people, of which 81% (4.262) employees of the public administration.